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Hungary under Victor Orban is backsliding on democratic values. Member-states need to look for ways to bring Orban back into liberal European mainstream.
The EU and US should extend the nuclear negotiations with Iran. The falling oil price could pressure Tehran to compromise.
Eurozone stagnation will encourage migration to Britain, boost its EU budget contributions, and rebalance its trade towards non-EU markets. This will embolden eurosceptics.
The EAW is necessary for ensuring Britain’s security. Reforming the system would address existing flaws.
The programmes for Greece are not working. It is time for a new approach that focuses on the long-term and Greek ownership.
Germany’s uncompromising stance is short-sighted, and poses a greater risk to its economic and political interests than a ‘grand bargain’ with the French and Italians.
A post-‘Brexit’ Britain would struggle to make up for foregone trade opportunities with the EU by signing trade agreements with non-European countries.